Webinar: Rest & Recovery: Nighttime Skin Transformations


Rest & Recovery: Nighttime Skin Transformations

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Tune in to learn about the latest innovations from Ultraceuticals, a leading Australian professional cosmeceutical skin care brand, and its philosophy on the importance of nighttime skin care routine. Armed with technology that can transform product consistency and client complexions, learn more about their show-stopping ingredients, including a triple-enzyme complex (micrococcus lysate, Arabidopsis thalania, and plankton extracts) that is encapsulated using a liposome delivery system to work with skin’s natural nighttime renewal cycle to deeply rejuvenate the appearance of skin. Discover the newly designed treatment protocol as well as the chance to win a DNA³ Complex Recovery Night Cream.





Shawn Johnson is Ultraceuticals’ education manager for North America and Europe where she is responsible for leading the brand’s education efforts for national accounts and their distribution network. Additionally, she serves as Ultraceuticals’ brand ambassador, supporting PR, and virtual engagement within these markets. With a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, Johnson has since built her career through successive senior roles in sales and education, including regional aales and education executive for Estee Lauder’s Darphin Paris brand, and director of education for both L’Oréal’s Vichy and La Roche Posay brands and Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare. A life-long learner, in 2017 she seized a career development opportunity to study in London, Egnland and earn her CIDESCO Diploma. When she is not working or traveling, you will find her creating something in the kitchen, dancing to an awesome beat, or even playing a competitive match of pickle ball. Johnson currently resides in Chicago, Illinois. 

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